A RENOVATED EDWARDIAN COTTAGE IN MELBOURNE

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This freestanding Edwardian worker’s cottage in Melbourne, Australia, was in a run-down state. With the help of architect Clare Cousins, owners Will and Lauren transformed the house in a contemporary family home. Polished aggregate floors and the Caesarstone-topped island in the kitchen are examples of the clean tones seen throughout the house. Wooden elements such as Muuto ‘The Dots’ timber wall hooks and oak cabinetry add warmth to the cool space.

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Credits & source: images by B. Holm for Inside Out | via Homelife.

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9 Responses to A RENOVATED EDWARDIAN COTTAGE IN MELBOURNE

  1. Wow that’s amazing! Can you stay there? My main wish for our next house is to have a LARGE bath! Love this one. I could definitely fall asleep in there 🙂 x

  2. Is the rocking chair a particular style or company? I love the lines and the leather (?) headrest.

  3. Such a fresh and cheerful home! I love that yellow Jieldé floor lamp, it would look great in my future workspace ;-).

  4. This will be one of my inspirations for my future home. Just loved it.

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  5. Where is the pink chair from?

  6. Thanks for your all your comments!
    @Taylor: the pink chair is a Hans Wegner ‘Plank’ chair which is newly upholstered .
    @Izzy: the rocker is also designed by Hans Wegner (J16’ rocker) but the ones with the leater headrest and cushion are hard to find.

  7. Hi, where are the wooden hanging pegs from?

  8. @christine, the wooden wall buttons are from Muuto. Best, Danielle

  9. This house is stunning! Does anyone know where the grey couch is from?

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